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9 hours ago
Clarion 6 cd changer cassette will not eject
Don't waste your money and buy those repair manuals. There is an easy fix for this. The rootcause is most likely related to your disc tray (crooked carrier or broken spring). Just get a small screwdriver and take out the two black srews of the inner faceplate, covering the cassette tray itself. Please make sure you do not drop those tiny screws. Use a magnetic tip screw driver. Take the faceplate off. You will see a litlle lever in the center. Just push it aside and your cassette will pop out with no problem. That simple. So don't waste your money!!!
11 hours ago
2004 GMC Canyon is this codes
Not the best photo we have seen on here - I think it says "left front speed sensor circuit fault(y).
This is the sort of fault that would be discovered by the abs during the switch on self test which would result in the light failing to extinguish and the system remaining inactive.
Replacing the sensor might rectify the fault and might not, depending where in the circuit the fault is - which could be anywhere in the wiring between the sensor and the ECU and could be faulty connections or maybe the sensor or even the ECU.
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11 hours ago
How to run a wire from attic down the wall
Through the inside of the house or the outside and what sort of wire - these are the first pieces of information missing from your question.
If inside the house the best way is to chase it into the wall - cut a trench in the masonry and hide the wire with new plaster. The other options are to use preformed plastic trunking, metal or plastic conduit or simply use cable clips to retain the cable neatly.
Similar methods are available to secure the wire to the outside masonry.
11 hours ago
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